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Tunic, Peru, Huari style, AD 750-950

This spectacular tunic is of the style of the Huari Empire, which wielded influence throughout much of what now constitutes Peru over years ago. among the most finely-woven textiles in the world. Six to nine miles of very fine yarn was required t

Resultado de imagen para paracas culture peruvian

Resultado de imagen para paracas culture peruvian

Cultura Huari (700-110 d.C.), lana de camélido, Trama 200 cm, urdimbre 97 cm, Colección Museo Etnográfico

Cultura Huari (700-110 d.C.), lana de camélido, Trama 200 cm, urdimbre 97 cm, Colección Museo Etnográfico

Miniature Tunic (Uncu)  Date: 17th–18th century  Geography: Bolivia or Peru  Culture: Potosi (?)  Medium: Cotton, camelid hair, silk, metal  Dimensions: H. 14 1/2 x W. 11 in. (36.8 x 27.9 cm)  Classification: Textiles-Woven

Miniature Tunic (Uncu) Date: century Geography: Bolivia or Peru Culture: Potosi (?) Medium: Cotton, camelid hair, silk, metal Dimensions: H. x cm) Classification: Textiles-Woven

Paracas mantle, ca. 200bc - 200 ad, Peru.

Paracas mantle, ca. Embroidery [Stone-Miller, To Weave with the Sun,

Woollen rug. Wari Culture.  Museo Nacional de Antropologia y Arqueologia, Lima, Peru

Monkeys, Wasps and Gods: Graphic perspectives on Middle Horizon and later pre-Hispanic painted funerary textiles from the Peruvian coast

Wari | fragment: tunic | camelid hair + cotton | 19-7/8" x 40-3/4" | Peru | c. 7th-9th century

Pre-Columbian Tunic Section Date: century Geography: Peru Culture: Wari Medium: Camelid hair, cotton Accession Number:

Wari, Tunic Fragment, Peru, 7th-9th century. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk. Fragment is from a royal tunic. The figures are abstracted from the so-called "messengers" flanking a "crying" god sculpture on a gate in Tiahuanaco, Bolivia. The figures on the gate were repeated again and again in varying abstractions, In some they become simply code-like --the eye with its "tear," the feet, mouth, headdress, bent x-ray-like legs, and staff. Fascinating study. Pinned on "Inca & pre-inca…

Pre-Columbian Tunic Fragment Date: century Geography: Peru Culture: Wari Medium: Camelid hair, cotton Accession Number:

Mantle Fragment Date: 5th–3rd century BCE Geography: Peru Culture: Paracas Medium: Camelid hair, cotton Accession Number: 32.32.26

Mantle Fragment Date: century BCE Geography: Peru Culture: Paracas… – Looking For Friendship, Meeting New People or Finding Love

Embroidered Border Fragment Date: 5th–2nd century BCE Geography: Peru Culture: Paracas Medium: Camelid hair, cotton

Embroidered Border Fragment Date: century BCE Geography: Peru Culture: Paracas Medium: Camelid hair, cotton

Peru, Wari Culture (flourished 600–1100 ce), Tunic, ca. 500–800 ce. Wool and cotton interlocked tapestry weave, 103.8 x 101 cm (40 7/8" x 39 3/4"). © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (MFAB-575)

Peru, Wari Culture (flourished ce ), Tunic, ca. Wool and cotton interlocked tapestry weave, x 101 cm

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